Cold floors in the winter

This might just be the surface being naturally cool to the touch in case of wood, stone, or laminate flooring. But if it is overly cool in the winter this may be a sign that you have some air leakage from the basement or crawlspace into your home. Keep an eye out for other problems such as mold, mildew or musty smells or high energy bills and if you have these issue you should consider getting a home energy audit. A home energy audit like our Home Energy Performance Assessment will determine if you have a good seal around your home’s envelope.

Some things to consider when trying to fix cold floors

Contact your local Elm Energy office to schedule a home energy audit and/or to discuss the possible cause of your cold floors in the winter. It's your first and best step toward having a high performance home.

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